Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Aug 2007 17:17 UTC, submitted by Oliver
Talk, Rumors, X Versus Y "In this article, I'll compare Ubuntu 7.04 with the upcoming release of PC-BSD 1.4. Having used both operating systems extensively, PC-BSD is the one I recommend and the one I install in desktop environments. If you've used Ubuntu before, but haven't tried PC-BSD, give it a try. The increase in responsiveness (i.e., everything seems to just run faster) and ease-of-use will surprise you."
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RE[5]: Not too useful
by Core Duo on Thu 23rd Aug 2007 20:28 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Not too useful"
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Konqueror is not native on all *NIX platform , it's ported to all *Nix platform. There is no BSD core developer on Konqueror , contributor probably.

You clearly are not a developer. "Native" means it's compiled for a specific system. Konqueror source code can be and is compiled on *BSD. It's a native application. Adode Reader is compiled on Linux and run on *BSD using a compatibility layer, it's not a native *BSD application. Understand now?

Stop posting, your reputation is done now.

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